2023 might be the warmest year in history, says research

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2023 might be the warmest year in history, says research
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Climate experts state that 2023 might reach the warmest climate in history and 2024 might be event hotter.

In a recent interview, US government climate experts claim that there is a nearly 50% probability that the year 2023 will be the hottest year in history. Sarah Kapnick from National Oceanic and Atmosphere Administration (NOAA) backed this up by stating that 2023 is reaching its peak, now at the third warmest climate on record.

Meanwhile, Gavin Schmidt, the director of the NASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies said that next year, in the Pacific regions, El Nino will be even hotter and we should anticipate that 2024 will hold the same climate if not higher.

In a report by the World Meteorological Organization, 2022 had an average global temperature of 1.15 °C  above the 1850-1900 average. Meanwhile, 2023 – 2027 temperature is expected to have an increase between 1.1 °C to 1.8°C.

With the changes in temperature, Bill Nelson, the administrator of US space agency concluded that the earth is significantly warming up, “Mother Nature is sending us a message, and that is to act now before its too late to save our planet” he stated.

As of date, Southeast Asian cities like Bangkok, Tokyo, Hongkong, Phnom Penh, Singapore and Manila and other have a daily temperature range of with a lowest of 24°C and highest of 36°C.


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